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The Hook’s Guide To Surviving A Canadian Winter In Niagara: Traveler Edition.

Travel expands our horizons (while simultaneously emptying our bank accounts) and helps us accept that each of us is but a small cog in the grand universal machine that is the planet Earth. But where you temporarily hang your hat … Continue reading

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I’m No Expert…

I’m no expert, but I would think shaking one’s fist at the hated plow driver after he blocks you in as you shovel (again) while cursing his mother under your breath accomplishes nothing. Personally, I think the following plan is, … Continue reading

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Why I Love Winter In Niagara Falls.

To be clear, while I am a proud Canadian, I am definitely not a fan of temperatures so frigid they reduce my testicles to raisins… but if I have to spend winter anywhere in my home and native land I’m … Continue reading

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The Post I Almost Forgot To Title… But Obviously Didn’t.

So here’s the deal, readers: I’ve been overwhelmed by family responsibilities and crises of late. That, coupled with my desire to finish Book Two has left the blog gathering virtual dust (if such a thing exists). And simply put, that’s … Continue reading

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The Hook’s Field Guide To Hotel Guests.

AUTHOR’S NOTE:  I had something else planned for today, but once again Fate has thrown a monkey-wrench into the works. The post you are about to read originally appeared on the NiagaraHub  site on May 8 and apparently it has … Continue reading

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